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Many vegetarians eat no animal products because they have adopted a life choice of compassion to animals. Some call this philosophical lifestyle "ahimsa," or harmlessness. I was such a vegetarian, until I realized how much pain and suffering was caused to the cows who are repeatedly impregnated to produce milk, and whose young, especially the males are repeated taken away from them and disposed of (usually allowed to die of starvation). I found this as cruel, (if not more) than meat production. Many people I spoke to did not even believe this is happening, especially in India, so I have documented it. In doing so, and in my research, I found that not only is milk harmful to health in many ways, but also its production is un-ecological. I have been vegan since 1985 and find that it has been a great life choice and I would love to do my best to spread this word of healthy co existence. With this in mind, I have started an organization called Sharan (Sanctuary for Health And Reconnection to Animals and Nature). I would like to share my recent experiences with you are http://www.nandita-shah.net/sharan.htm
Name: Dr. Nandita Shah

nandita_shah@vsnl.com
 

Animal abuse in India
Although cow is worshiped all over India, it is the most abused animal in the country. In the dairies, cows are confined in dark, dingy stables and have to sleep over their own urine and excrement. They hardly ever have any chance to go out and roam. Also their calves are taken away from them, against their will, so that their milk is available for sale. This is surely very cruel. The bullocks are used in the field to pull overloaded carts and often hit to get more work out of them. Often, you see cows in cities tied to a pole and people feeding grass to them, thinking they are doing a religious act. However, they should think whether the cows actually would like to be confined there or would they much rather be allowed to roam free in the fields.
Name: Surendra Shah,Mumbai
Age 70 years, Vegan for 20 years
 

Hello, I am Atanu Dey from the town of Diphu in north eastern part of India and I am an entrepreneur. I am a vegan for last two years. Once I used to relish non-vegetarian foods very much but ten years ago I met my realization about sufferings of other animals and turned vegetarian. I could realize that every conscious entity i.e., every living being on this earth is born free and wishes to live freely like each of us human being likes to live freely. How can we have any right over these animals to chain them, torture, kill and eat them or snatch, babies’ share of milk from their mother’s udders?

I maintain a healthy body from my vegan diet which is cheap and easily available in this remote town of north-east India and never let any one say that, going vegan is a costly affair.
Name: Atanu Dey

atanu_dey1@yahoo.com
 

Take care of Vitamin B-12 and Vitamin D3 (Through direct Sunlight) level of your body. For Vitamin B-12, Nurokind-OD tablets (Sub lingual), Methycobal Tablets are in India. Give you body timely exposure to Sunlight to get UV-B rays. Only healthy Vegan diet will keep you healthy. Avoid processed and junk food, MSG Salts, Trans fats- Hydrogenated Vegetable Oil, Refined Oil. You talk about stopping Slaughterhouse?...Wake up...Be a Vegan first. Visit Photo Gallery for Health and Food.